Trzebież is a fishing village situated at the mouth of the Odra in Szczecin Lagoon, and is considered to be the home of Polish sailing.
For many years it has been regarded as the most important and prestigious sailing centre in the country. The Szczecin-Świnoujscie water channel runs close to Trzebież. Trzebież Marina consists of two docks: a larger and a smaller one, which are divided by a concrete, T-shaped jetty. The concrete wharf is equipped with energy and water. Trzebież has two water channels, north and south, both of which are marked by buoys. Yachtsmen should stick to the course of the waterway, as sailing astray may result in running aground. You can use a lift in the port, which is the perfect place to erect or demount the mast for those who sail on the Berlin – Szczecin – Baltic Sea Route. The marina operates a hostel with 50 beds. The Centre conducts sailing and manoeuvring training on sea-going vessels. In Trzebież you can take a cruise aboard one of the boats which the Sailing Centre operates, including the flagship and largest vessel, the tall-ship ‘Captain Głowacki’.